Report it to who? If I went to the police and said that I was at an event on the weekend and I understood that someone was sexually assaulted there, what do you think they would do? Meanwhile, in the rest of the world, sexual harassment, abuse and assault is common. I can tell you many many stories of women that have been sexually harassed, abused or assaulted.
Her experience stems from working for medical device start ups in research labs running cadaveric OR simulation stations as well as hosting trainings for physicians. Her skill set focuses on human tissue dissections and lab management.
Wesley Wu, PhD current Wesley is a post-doctoral researcher working on malaria drug screens and apicoplast proteomics. He received his Ph. Kristeene Knopp, PhD current Kristeene is a Postdoc with a broad interest in virology and host-pathogen interactions.
She is currently working on methods for identifying host factors that influence arenavirus replication. Caleigh Mandel-Brehm, PhD current Caleigh is a postdoctoral fellow where she is developing biochemical and molecular screening approaches to identify previously unidentified antigens recognized by antibodies in patients with different forms of encephalitis.
Her experience in Neuroscience came under the direction of Dr. Michael Greenberg Harvard Medical School where she studied the molecular basis of the An analysis of how petes works disorder, Angelman Syndrome.
She graduated with her MS in Biological Sciences in which she focused on vector-borne parasites. She now works with malaria parasites, following her passion for parasitology and global health. His work in the DeRisi Lab focuses on characterizing the heterogeneity of lactobacilli in the dental plaque, and finding safe compounds to prevent and treat dental caries through genome-wide computational drug discovery techniques he is developing with the Samudrala and Sali labs.
He is doing a post-doctoral fellowship in the DeRisi Lab where he works on pathogen discovery and host transcriptomics in meningitis and encephalitis as well as characterizing virus-host protein-protein interactions of neuroinvasive paramyxoviruses and arenaviruses.
His research involves using metagenomics to identify known and novel pathogens responsible for severe respiratory and neurologic infections in both local and global patient populations. He is also interested in understanding the role of the respiratory microbiome in pulmonary disease and the mechanisms by which environmental exposures modulate respiratory infection severity and susceptibility.
He studies infectious and alloreactive lung injury in critically ill pediatric hematopoietic stem cell transplant patients. Sara Sunshine Sara is a BMS graduate student who studies the host response to respiratory viral infections.
He wants to help patients by developing early and minimally invasive diagnostics using new technologies. Coming from tropical country Indonesia, he is interested to study malaria, especially the complex genetic and molecular basis of host-pathogen interactions.
With the rapid emergence of drug resistant malaria, especially in Southeast Asia, he wants to utilize this strategy for studying malaria biology and for building high throughput drug screening platform to screen the diverse and unique natural products from his country looking for a cure for malaria.
Madhura Raghavan, PhD current Madhura is a post doctoral researcher interested in host-pathogen interactions and associated gene regulatory networks in Malaria. He works on using high-throughput serological profiling to understand the immune response to flavivirus infections and vaccination.
She is currently studying translation in Plasmodium falciparum. She is also interested in applying metagenomics to understand disease dynamics and outbreaks in wild animal populations.
She currently works on antigen discovery in systemic autoimmune disease Hannah Sample current Hannah is a research coordinator for the pathogen and autoantibody discovery study.
She has a B. Her favorite parasite is Dracunculus medinensis. Lillian Khan current Lillian is a research associate that works on bio-specimen databasing and preparations of sequencing libraries for the pathogen and autoantibody discovery study.
She has a passion for infectious diseases, and is fascinated by all nerdy things. Kelsey Zorn current Kelsey works as a research coordinator for pathogen detection and autoantibody discovery projects, often interacting directly with patients and their families.
Her favorite co-worker is a sample transportation cooler with dry ice and biohazard labels, nicknamed 'The Boss'. Madeline Mayday current Madeline is a research associate working to develop a protocol using NGS for improved identification of pathogens responsible for infection in HSC transplant patients.
Joe Kliegman, PhD past Joe is a postdoctoral fellow working on viral pathogen discovery, microbial ecology of aquatic systems, and the influence of enteric bacteria on neurotransmitters.
Joe obtained his PhD studying cancer signaling pathways in the lab of Dr. He is currently assisting research into a pathogen associated with a Leopard shark epizootic with genomic analysis and aerial shark stranding surveillance.
D past Mark is a post doctoral fellow working on the discovery of viral pathogens in a broad range of human diseases. Mark received his Ph. D from the University of Minnesota and is co-mentored by Dr.
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Read Full Bio. Wellar, a four-time champion and veteran of nearly professional games as a player, is well-known in Hershey. A former defender, Wellar was a . Gerry is a rotation student from the BMS grad program. Coming from tropical country Indonesia, he is interested to study malaria, especially the complex genetic and molecular basis of .
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